Yes, they are genetically gifted and look gorgeous with or without makeup and hair, but they do have personal beauty rules they stick to on their days off and on travel days, to maintain their skin and hair so it can stand up to the rigors of back to back shows and photo shoots. With all the makeup switch-ups during show seasons, usually multiple times per day, quick and often extreme hair manipulation, little sleep, irregular eating habits, airplane air, and general stress or the hectic pace of it all, models have to take care of their skin and hair if they want to keep working.
Giving their skin and hair a rest on down days is first and foremost to models. Letting their skin breathe and not be coated with different products is essential, as is letting their hair be clean and in its natural state as much as possible. Proper sleep, drinking water, wearing sunscreen, never going to bed without removing makeup, and using a super-hydrating moisturizer twice a day, are standard model beauty rules that go a long way in maintaining a healthy complexion.
We did an informal survey amongst some of the top models in Miami this season and asked them for their favorite products and beauty tips:
Sunscreen: Neogen SPF 50
Moisturizer: Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel with Hyaluronic Acid
Mascara: Maybelline Great Lash
Tinted Moisturizer: Nars Pure Radiant Tinted Moisturizer Broad Spectrum SPF 30
Vitamin E oil and coconut oil for treating hair, skin, dry patches, body, cuticles, etc.
Take it from these models that what you don’t put on your face is just as important as what you do. Giving your skin time to recover and rejuvenate is crucial. A fresh, glowing, hydrated complexion is beauty at its best.
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